A girl is murdered and her body dumped in the forest. Nature's Way is a short film that explores the mind of a murderer who thinks he's gotten away with it. In Jane Shearer's haunting Cannes-nominated film the dense native bush acts as witness passing down its judgement on the killer. In the absence of dialogue, Matthew Sunderland's paranoid protagonist, sublime cinematography by award-winning DoP Andrew Commis (Blue Tongue, Beautiful Kate) and an eerie, spare soundtrack by Rachel Shearer evoke the themes of utu at the suburban fringe.
With filmmaking you write, sketch it up, collaborate with crew, create sound, finesse pictures, it's a mass of different creative skills– Nature's Way director, Jane Shearer
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